Inpatients Services

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LA Cancer Network is dedicated to providing excellent care to patients. While most patients are able to receive cancer treatment on an outpatient basis, there are times when you may be admitted to a hospital for a period of time. LA Cancer Network includes affiliated hospitals that provide the best inpatient services in Southern California.

Procedures such as Diagnostic Imaging, Radiation Therapy, Gamma Knife and Surgery may require a hospital stay. Your Doctor will inform you during your treatment process whether you will require Inpatient Services.The following is information on the hospitals we work with in order to provide inpatient services.

Good Samaritan Hospital
This 400 bed facility located in Downtown Los Angeles has been a beacon of care in Southern California for 40 years. Recognized as one of America’s 50 Best Hospitals by HealthGrades, Inc., Good Samaritan supports eight Centers of Excellence, including and acclaimed oncology program that offers the widest range of options for gynecological, breast, brain and prostate cancers.

St. Vincent Medical Center
Established in 1856 by the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, St. Vincent Medical Center was the first hospital in Los Angeles. Part of Catholic Healthcare West, St. Vincent is the standard in quality healthcare in the Southern California and serves the community with 470 beds at its Downtown Los Angeles location.

Glendale Adventist Medical Center
The mission of GAMC is To share God’s love with our community by promoting healing and wellness for the whole person. Glendale’s first hospital, its 457 beds and award winning healthcare services have been helping to heal the community since 1905.

Glendale Memorial Hospital
Glendale Memorial is a 334-bed regional medical center offering exceptional care that is both appreciated locally and recognized nationally. A vital resource to Glendale and its surrounding communities, Glendale Memorial has been rated one of America’s 50 Best Hospitals by HealthGrades, Inc. in 2007, 2008 and 2009.

Beverly Hospital
Beverly Hospital is a not-for-profit independent 224-bed acute care facility that has been operating since 1949. Beverly Hospital has been providing high quality care to local residents of Montebello, Pico Rivera, Monterey Park, El Monte, Whittier, East Los Angeles and surrounding communities. They have a medical staff of over 400 physicians and is supported by experienced and dedicated employees and volunteers, who strive to deliver high-tech, high-touch services, preventive education and patient care.

California Hospital Medical Center
Since 1887, California Hospital has been providing high quality, compassionate medical care to downtown Los Angeles and its surrounding communities. The Cancer Center was the first treatment center in Los Angeles. Providing medical oncology therapies for those whose lives are affected by Cancer, the center has technologies in mammography, high does rate brachytherapy, sentinel node biopsy, chemotherapy, cryosurgery. Hospital rooms have been planned for efficient medical and nursing care in a safe, comfortable environment including with many amenities.

Valley Presbyterian Hospital
Valley Presbyterian Hospital opened its doors from and is currently one of the largest and most prestigious full-service acute care facilities in the San Fernando Valley. It is a 350-bed hospital and serves the community with access to a wide range of medical expertise and leading-edge technology across all elements of care. They are known for the region’s brightest and best medical staff and represent virtually every specialty and most sub-specialties in the medical field.